KOKRAJHAR, Oct 1: “Bodoland People’s Front (BPF) will be continuing its alliance and seat sharing understanding with Bharatiya Janata Party and Asom Gana Parishad in the upcoming BTC general elections due March-April 2020 next year,” said chief of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) Hagrama Mohilary in the sidelines of an inauguration programme in Kokrajhar on Monday.
The BTC chief inaugurated three different newly constructed office buildings at different places in Kokrajhar and Chirang districts.
While talking to reporters, he said that his party is taking strong initiatives to make more integration and healthy communication among all sections of the communities in the region. On being asked about MP Naba Kumar Sarania’s new party formation in BTAD, he refused to comment on it.
Meanwhile, on the prevailing situation in Kokrajhar, Mohilary strongly expressed his serious concern over the spraying cases that has been creating resentment amongst the peoples and urged the district administration to make speedy investigation and punish the involved culprits.
In Kokrajhar, Mohilary cut the ribbon to inaugurate the newly constructed office cum library building of Rabindra Nagar Development Committee, Ward no.3 in Kokrajhar town. The development initiative was constructed under the Cooperation department of BTC administration which was sanctioned under 2018-19 financial year. Mohilary also inaugurated the office building of Balajan Samabai Samiti Limited at Balajan Tinali Bazar complex.
In Chirang,Mohilary inaugurated the newly-built RCC office building of the deputy registrar, Cooperative societies, Chirang at Kajalgaon. The building was constructed by the PWD (Roads and Building), Chirang at a cost of INR 215.57 lakhs under SOPD for the 2016-17. The new office building will now give enough spaces and better atmosphere to the officers and staff in rendering services for the public, Mohilary said during the inauguration ceremony.
Later, Mohilary also inspected the rooms and facilities of the new building, in the presence of Jagadish Sarkar, Executive Member, Cooperative Societies, BTC Secretary Bhabanipur Prasad Sarma, Karmadev Brahma, ADC, Chirang, BTC Deputy Secretary Kuldeep Basumatary, CHD of Cooperative Societies department Vinod Prasad Agarwala and a host of other dignitaries.